This 61cm gold gilded masterpiece Shakyamuni Buddha statue sits in full lotus pose on a single lotus pedestal. The lotus flower is a symbol of Shakyamuni Buddha because the Buddha rose above the vicissitudes of samsara to obtain enlightenment. Metaphorically speaking, the lotus grows from the bottom of a pond to rise out of the muddy water and blossom in the clean air and sunshine. Additionally, the alms bowl of a monastic monk rests in the palm of his hand. Inside this bowl lies the three nectars which Shakyamuni Buddha used to overcome the evil demon and the defilements.
In honor of his achievements this masterpiece Shakyamuni Buddha statue is depicted in the Bhumisparsha mudra. This is because it celebrates overcoming immense pressure from earthly temptation. As a result of the attacks of the demon Mara, Shakyamuni called on the earth goddess as a witness.
In response to his beckoning she indeed came to witness the ineffectiveness of Mara’s futile efforts. Therefore, she washed away the demon and Shakyamuni became the first enlightened being of our time. However, Shakyamuni did not leave his followers behind. Instead, he stayed with them to help others follow the path to enlightenment.
Sculptors of Masterpiece Shakyamuni Buddha Statue
Nepali Buddha statues are created with intricate precision using the lost wax casting method. As a result, each statue is one of a kind and can never be recreated. Indeed, it is of the highest quality and is finished with precision and intricate details. Observe the robe and pedestal are adorned with turquoise and coral stones and the engravings throughout the robe are completed with flawless precision.
Our Masterpiece Shakyamuni statue will inspire devotees to remain dedicated and strive towards the ultimate goal. Additionally, precious statues help generate good karma for their owner. Click here to learn more about Shakyamuni Buddha.